This story is not about a crash, but about a disappearance, the disappearance of 239\u00a0people, 2\u00a0crew members and 237 Chinese, Malaysians, Australian and French passengers on March\u00a08, 2014. This day, Malaysia Airlines flight\u00a0370 left Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, at 00:41 for a scheduled six-hour flight to Beijing, China. The air traffic control staff lost contact with the plane at about 01:22, while over the Gulf of Thailand. It was reported missing at 02:40. The investigations started more than two and a half years ago, and yet, the MH370 file is still at a dead end. On January\u00a017, 2017, the researching was officially suspended.Exclusive witnesses and new elementsWhat happened to the missing plane? China, Malaysia, Madagascar, Italy, the Maldives Islands\u2026 we have travelled the whole world to follow every lead, even the most controversial ones. In this document, exclusive witnesses and new elements lift the veil on one of the world's greatest aviation mysteries.An investigation by Olivier Sibille, Mathieu Dreujou, Philippe Maire and Olivier Broutin.